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Malcolm Ray “Tye” Hunter, a defense attorney, grew up in Greensboro. He attended UNC for undergraduate and then continued at UNC School of Law. After graduation he worked in the Fayetteville Public Defender’s office and then served as Chapel Hill’s assistant town attorney. Hunter reflects on a few notable cases of his career including McKoy v. North Carolina [494 U.S. 433 (1990)], which he argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1989. He also speaks about his dedication to legal and religious ethics, race relations in North Carolina and beyond, and how the legal profession has changed over recent years.

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